Description There was much demand for the paintings produced by the workshop headed by Tsunenobu. This painting is one of a set of four depicting Mt. Fuji in the four seasons. The mountain, an axis for Japan, becomes a kind of pivot for the passing seasons.
|3/10/1999||Examination||examined for exhibition|
Provenance Junkichi Mayuyama, Tokyo, late 1960s [mode of acquisition unknown]; Laurance and Isabel Roberts, Baltimore, late 1960s, by purchase; Walters Art Museum, 1995, by gift.
Credit Gift of Laurance and Isabel Roberts, 1995
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